Integrate PostgreSQL to Xero
With more than 15 years of active development, PostgreSQL has become one of the most powerful open source object-relational database systems available.
Integrate PostgreSQL to Xero
Why We Like PostgreSQL
PostgreSQL doesn’t crash - even as you scale your system, making it one of the most reliable options available today.
PostgreSQL is extremely programmable and designed for high-volume environments. That means that custom procedures can be created and saved to simplify repeated, complicated database operations.
This RDBM is a comprehensive system with many third-party tools made for designing, managing and using the management system.
PostgreSQL is open source and free, but with all of the power of paid RDBMs.
Xplenty and PostgreSQL
Xplenty can extract any data that you need from PostgreSQL. With our user-friendly platform and comprehensive integration capabilities, your database will be more organized and complete than ever before.
Popular Use Cases
Xplenty can extract any data that you need from Xero. Here are some of our most popular use cases:
Retrieve data about any account you have in Xero - bank accounts, expense accounts, sales accounts, etc., - including the account’s name, ID, type, and description. Then, integrate this data with other endpoints - like invoices and payments - to track income and expense details for each account. This will provide you with a more comprehensive understanding of your company’s overall financial performance.
Track all bank transactions that are captured by Xero, including both payments that you have received and business expenses that you have paid. Then, use that data to gain a better understanding of your finances. Specifically, look at details gathered from those transactions - such as the bank account IDs, transaction dates, amounts paid, relevant contact IDs, and type of transaction - to better understand your finances and see if any changes need to be made.
Get a range of important accounting data for different contacts within your Xero database. This includes communication details - like the contact’s name, email address, and organization - as well as details about their relationship with your company, such as their outstanding balance and their customer status.
Create or retrieve data related to any bank transfers to or from accounts that are linked to Xero. This can include the name and ID of every involved account, the amount that was transferred, and the date the transfer happened. This data can help you keep track of your bank accounts so that you can maintain an accurate and clean accounting database.
Retrieve data for any invoice that has been prepared and sent using Xero, including its total amount, due date, associated contacts, and relevant payment IDs. This data can help you accurately track a variety of financial metrics, including your sales data and your expected revenue.
Get details about any payments that were sent to Xero for accounting, including the payment date, amount, and any unique identifiers that are associated with it, including account ID and invoice ID. Then, use those IDs to link the payments back to relevant accounts, contacts, and invoices. This will help you create more detailed and accurate sales analytics.